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included testing for e coli. >>> recent findings taken yesterday we found e. coli results well below the state standards would not see any reason for people to be afraid of swimming in shadow clef >>> participants warn not to swallow the water and shower immediately after getting out >>> when an airline that some mistake it offers travel vouchers as compensation to juliette watch explains it may cost more than its worth to use them >>> i've been doing homer for six months we wanted to visit the rainforest >>> andrea lila's dream vacation three days in san want followed by a crews turned into a nightmare u.s. airways college caused a flight to light causing the family to miss the connection and the stranded >>> my children went back and forth from one terminal to another it was stormy and never felt felt the in my life >>> she said the airlines refused to offer food vouchers but agreed to pay for a hotel in miami the two day delay caused them to miss the entire san juan vacation u.s. airways apology >>> will give you a $100 voucher >>> after we got involved the airline increased a vou
. on thursday there was another round of bacteria testing, including one for e coli. >>> we found that the equalizer results were well below the california public health said that the standards. >>> the new one to do though part of the swimming in the triathlon are want to not swallow the water and see shower immediately after. >>> someone punched a restaurant owner after d they aston to lea. >>> when police say on thursday night, several officers tried to stop to success woulsuspected g no weren't arrest on the latest round of vandalism. we were hearing home767 shaking the u.s. senate pass a gap spending measure to keep the government running. the 62 to 30 votes to means the government will have enough money to operate through to next march. president obama is hitting congress for leaving behind a lot of unfinished business. >>> these ideas have been around for months, the american people want to see them passed but apparently some members of congress are more worried about their jobs >>> mitt romney scooped up some campaign cash in the bay area. romney made headlines by or his b
of all those elements we have had higher levels of e. coli and also bacteria, so this has been a bit of a concern, we brought out matthew from the east bay park regional district and he will tell us the very latest findings from today. >> based on the most recent findings, taking yesterday morning, we found the e. coli results were well below the california department of public health standards. we see no reason for people to be afraid about swimming here. >> with an advisory in place you recommend that people not to ingest any water, which could take place? >> as always we recommend people avoid swallowing water and then shower as soon as possible after swimming. >> watch those open cuts also? >> yes. >> with that good news, the e. coli rates lower, laurie shannon is here from the run and what does that mean to you? >> we are excited because now we can put on the race. for anyone that is really concerned about getting into the water, we're really excited that the numbers are low, they can run, bike, run, that is still an option, but to hear early so that you can switch over to that
then levels have dropped but more tests were taken today it for e. coli as a precaution results released tomorrow before race day. shadow cliffs is still open and race is still on athletes have a choice taken to the triathlon or skip this one in part an odd 48 dual escalon >>> they have risher does the water safety and water level was saved every year >>> it has been find the quality has been a level where they can swim safely >>> according to the east bay park district increased bacteria levels may be due to vegetation d k similar test readings in similar years and same warnings issued and during >>> they posed it and i've had triathlons change when there's been a problem and nothing that has concerned me about shadow cliffs >>> in 30 years i've never gotten bad court said from the lake >>> as it stands water samples are tested for bacteria levels east bay park officials will release the levels to cbs 5 tomorrow that spent the rest to go on as a precautionary measure, they will give other to swimmers when they go into the water cannot drink the water and when they get out rinse and dry
that romney wants to take away women's rights. pelosi, the e. coli party. louis farrakhan will help protect the city. martin omalasays that romney bets against americans. republicans say coded things. harry reid said, you know, rom no's never paid taxes. elizabeth warren, nobody got rich on their own. this is the lineup. and you add planned parenthood. kirsten, tucker? >> it is always a freak show. some of the union guys are found hang out. they are nice guys. but in general, it's the biggest collection of unhappy people assembled i have ever seen. it's like a massive support group for the tormented. >> they are happy to see you. >> that's a good point. >> sean: i'm being nice, she has to protect me next week up in charlotte. >> exactly. no. i mean, look, i think that -- you are surprised that there are liberals in the democratic party. that's shocking to you-- >>> radicals. >> well, paul ryan is one of the most conservative members of the republican party. and he's on the ticket. so i think that both parties showcase the people that are obviously very influential in their party, harry reid
but the difference is very small. finding both organic and nonorganic had the small risk of e coli and salmonella contamination. >> this is a little view back by way of time lapse there is fog there. and so the marine layer is just about that deep. sort of a mixed bag, and will be cooling down which is good news. 87, chicago, 74 boston. there is not much changing there. 102 in phoenix. warm weather but not hot. now, here in the state of california tomorrow we'll see wide range of temperatures from 62 up why eureka to 97 in sacramento. that is 94 in yosemite. 106 in palm springs. 84 los angeles notice a trail of moisture moving up into and towards southern california tomorrow. that is subtropical moisture from remnants of tropical storm ilyana and tropical storm john well south that. is going to factor in by mid week, but not tomorrow, tomorrow, sunny skies here in the bay area like today. we'll see low clouds and fog lingering at the coastline. and we'll see sunny skies of course around the bay and inland. high temperatures from of 1 in half moon bay to 65 san francisco. 81 in san rafael. and mid
property taxes. a nice dinner of safe e. coli-free turkey? thank you government! government inspected that so are you safe when you eat it. how does that safe, clean, water get there? we all paid for it, friends through the fees and the taxpayer-backed bonds from municipal water projects and then we all benefit from the government subsidies that keep the rates in check. there are a million examples of ones schools and roads and parks and ones like these. so mitt romney was right in a way. there is a large percentage of the country that is subsidized by government. only his number was just too low. it is really not 47%. it is 100%. he just doesn't want his voters to think of themselves that way. and joining me inside "the war room" for ain sight on the 100% is journalist michael grunwald, the author of the new new deal, the hidden story of change in the obama era. he's also "time" magazine's senior national correspondent and haase the author of this week's cover story one nation subsidized under god. how big g
. shadow cliffs lake which is used for the swimming portion as high levels of e coli. some say the news is enough to skip that portion and run a do waffle on instead >> we have been in contact with the water department and they have reassured us that the water safety, the water level is safe. every year it has been fine. the quality has been at the level they are and able to swim safely. >> organizers are warning swimmers not to swallow the water and rinse off once you are out of the lake. >> half the a's routing the tigers on their way to a playoff wild-card spot. >> he is not your typical hero. how a pig save a baby goat from drowning. >> we want to hear from you, if you have a cool school e-mail us or facebook work twitter, five reasons why our schools should be our cool school of the week. we might take a trip to your school and >> welcome back. the oakland a's started a weekend series in new york and are tied for the wild-card spot >> a big bat for the a's, oakland avoid a three game sweep by the tigers. a big win for these guys. the a's win 12-4. the giants swept the rockies in fo
but they also shared a similar risk for bacterial contamination caused by salmonella or e coli. >>> gas prices continuing to climb as summer comes to answered. the national average for a galan of regular, 3.82, up seven cents since last week and 23 cents since last month. d.c., the prices are hire, 3.98 a gallon. hurricane isaac is partly to blame for this spike, the storm forced most oil companies to halt oil production for a while in the gulf as that storm moved into the area that lasted for several days while they waited for the storm to move through. >> gas costs a lot what else is new, right? >> see it going up, hopefully come back down. >> cost a lot for the skins fans heading to new orleans the weekend. doing it for reals, can you believe it? it is football season. coming up,055h6wcf'lthe i'm were also given a gold medal >>> welcome back, everybody, i'm meteorologist kammerer. looking at warm and humid afternoon right now, 83 the current numbers. the dew point, 726789 humidity near 70%. so yeah, this evening, a very warm and humid evening, going out and about tonight, don't worry to
to e. coli bacteria a new study says you are just as a feeding conventional food as you are organic ... but will it change the psychology of the organic set? >>the food world is buzzing over the new study released in the annals of internal medicine when it comes to nutrition and safety including pesticide exposure there's no significant difference in terms of impact on your health ... >>and our study we found organic produce is 30 percent less likely to be contaminated by pesticide residue but there are differences in risk ... >>but people who buy organic food stick to their preference in spite of the study results >>i will still consider buying organic fruits and vegetables >>i think it's worth it in the long run >>you will still buy organic in spite of the study >>definitely >>those borderline people might just go back to conventional produce ... it's cheaper ... >>you might see a slight shift in the $27 billion organic food industry with 45 years in the produce industry lincoln park produce manager says in today's tough economy he expects that some people will shift to a
for examples of bacteria like e. coli and salmonella. kirshner store workers say it's not only about the food we consume but that organic foods are grown in a way to white children with autism are more likely to face delays. two suburban mayors, in tonight's medical watch, in medicine to help a child breve the results of a long-term study revealed that adults who took in hail steroids as children were shorter than they otherwise have been and held steroids have long been known to prevent growth but they thought children would catch up, a national study reveals that experts say a half inch height is lost and the benefits of inhaled steroids are far greater, the study was small but the potential is huge ases hope for stem cells to restore movement to spinal injury patients a private company stems dow inc. said people receiving experimental cell treatment regained sensory function within six months of being infused with the niro stem cells, all chronic spinal injury patients were healthy, two of the three sought improved sensitivity in touch and electrical stimulus. adding to their problems wit
the state fell ill with e. coli. >>> here are five things to know before you go: number one, highway 17 open at this hour following this fiery accident last night in the santa cruz mountains. the chp says fire broke out in the engine of a truck hauling liquid nitrogen 10:00 last night. >> number two, memorial services being planned for a california highway patrol officer who died last night after being taken off life support. officer kenyon youngstrom was pronounced dead shortly after 6 p.m. he been shot in the head during a traffic stop on i-680 tuesday. the shooter was killed by youngstrom's partner. >> number three, president obama preparing for his big speech at the democratic national convention tonight following an impressive appearance by president clinton. he said no president could have repaired all the economic damage in four years that president obama inherited. >> number four, one passenger detained by authorities after a threat was called in on a us airways flight from philadelphia to dallas this morning. you are looking at a live picture from the philadelphia airport. that plan
sandra fluke who says that romney wants to take away women's rights. pelosi, the e. coli party. louis farrakhan will help protect the city. martin omalasays that romney bets against americans. republicans say coded things. harry reid said, you know, rom no's never paid taxes. elizabeth warren, nobody got rich on their own. this is the lineup. and you add planned parenthood. kirsten, tucker? >> it is always a freak show. some of the union guys are found hang out. they are nice guys. but in general, it's the biggest collection of unhappy people assembled i have ever seen. it's like a massive support group for the tormented. >> they are happy to see you. >> that's a good point. >> sean: i'm being nice, she has to protect me next week up in charlotte. >> exactly. no. i mean, look, i think that -- you are surprised that there are liberals in the democratic party. that's shocking to you-- >>> radicals. >> well, paul ryan is one of the most conservative members of the republican party. and he's on the ticket. so i think that both parties showcase the people that are obviously very influentia
for bacterial contamination caused by salmonella or e. coli. >>> this may convince you to check yoe-mail less frequently. researchers at the university of california studied the heart rates of 13 men and women during their normal daily office routine. the found the workers checked e-mail 37 times an hour and remained at a state of high alert a day when they took it away for five days, heart rates dropped and workers walked around more in order to communicate. check that out. >> makes good sense. wear both of think cellphones. i'm constantly checking e-mails. this weekend i completely disconnected for a few days. you feel more relaxed. less tense and like you're trying to be ready for something all the time. >> if you tell your boss you're going to close your e-mail, days at a time? >> got to do what you got to do. >>> less check in with storm team4 meteorologist veronica johnson now keeping an eye on showers moving through the area. >> that's right. the showers though generally light. now with social media of course, we're so much more connected. but that's the way i get to tell you sometimes
contamination caused by salmonella or e. coli. it's not so much about the nutrition maybe. it's about how much pesticides you want your children to ingest. >>> time right now is k67 27. still to come, the big decision first lady michelle obama says she hasn't made yet. >>> hundreds of thousands of school children are waking up a little earlier than they would like. the message police have for drivers. >>> veronica will tell you whether you need to send the kids off with umbrellas this >>> back in session. this is the first warning that kids from every major school district in the area is heading to class. drivers are being warned to look out and leave early. welcome back to "news4 today." i'm aaron gilchrist. >> i eun yang. no matter whether you're heading to school or work, an umbrella is good to have today. >> meteorologist veronica johnson on the storm team4 weather deck. what it is like right now? >> it's humid, warm. our storm team4 weather deck is still wet. this is the kind of day with you want to stay umbrella ready. the small one, the rain jacket, you're not going to need to pop it or
must have been saying hello to clayton there is a e.coli ton, north carolina. >> we're going to see if we can move wendell to that location a little bit later. >> no. i was just saying hi to clayton. >> you said clayton on the brain. >> how is the set up going there? do they have everything lined up and ready to go for the big kickoff this week? >> i think what they are doing this week is going back through everybody's speeches, making sure that there is no one like clint eastwood planning to have uncle harry moment here at the democratic national convention. michelle obama will speak on the first night. former president bill clinton will formally nominate mr. obama man 00 second and deliver a speech that may be as important as the president's own acceptance speech. the third and final night. the obama campaign has been using mr. clinton a lot pick stick with the president with all the disappointment in the economy president's role is toe radio mind voters he last economy with full employment. budget surplus of course was gone a year after republicans reclaimed oval was o. we will a
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